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JASPERS (Joint Assistance in Supporting Projects in European Regions)
2018-10-03T20:21:25Z
2018-10-03T20:21:25Z
2014-08
https://lib.traffic-ing.ru/handle/123456789/73
The existence of an effective and deliverable Transport Plan, independent from funding sources and with clear, fixed methodology, is a fundamental tool and invaluable in demonstrating that the right planning decisions have been made, particularly where there is a wide range of stakeholder interests, and in ensuring that limited resources are effectively targeted. A Transport Plan also provides a knock-on effect as a high level input to the preparation of more detailed/specific Regional/Local Plans, supporting decision making in local development planning and investment. In this perspective, this is one of the fundamental requirements for the Ex-Ante Conditionalities in transport for the OP 2014-2020. As set out in Annex XI of Regulation 1303/2013, and elaborated in the EU Guidance on Ex Ante Conditionalities: Part II, the Transport Ex-Ante Conditionality in fact is considered to be fulfilled when it achieves the following outcomes:  Existence of a Comprehensive Transport Plan for transport investment;  The Plan complies with legal requirements for Strategic Environmental Assessment;  The Plan sets out the contribution to the Single European transport Area;  A realistic and mature pipeline of projects for which support from the Cohesion Fund and ERDF is envisaged; and  Measures to ensure the capacity of intermediate bodies and beneficiaries. Part 1 of this document provides methodological support – on the basis of JASPERS’ experience in several Member States - on the approach that may be followed to develop a Comprehensive Transport Plan. This is of particular value for countries which have not yet prepared/completed this Plan. The information in this note provides a basic framework for the development of the Plan and a number of key principles that should be covered. The detailed content within each of the main tasks comprising the plan should be considered in an initial scoping exercise and should be defined to meet the needs and requirements of the relevant Member State. In its Guidance on Ex Ante Conditionalities1, the European Commission describes how the fulfilment of the Ex-Ante Conditionality is based on an Assessment Grid which considers the key processes and components that are expected to be fulfilled. Where the Ex-Ante Conditionalities in transport are not fulfilled an Action Plan may be required which will set out the actions to be undertaken to address the requirements of the EAC at the latest by the end of 2016. Details on the Assessment Grid and the preparation of an Action Plan are presented in Part 2 of this document.ru_RU
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Транспортное планирование (Transport planning)ru_RU
Ожидаемая обусловленность (Ex-Ante Conditionalities)ru_RU
Стратегическая оценка окружающей среды (Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA))ru_RU
Методология (Methodology)ru_RU
Jaspers Guidance Note. Methodological support to the Preparation of National and Regional Transport Plans and the related Ex-Ante-Conditionality to the 2014-2020 Programming Periodru_RU
Транспортные потокиru_RU
Странаru_RU
Автотранспортru_RU
Водный транспортru_RU
Воздушный транспортru_RU
Городской транспортru_RU
ЖД транспортru_RU
Промышленный транспортru_RU
Методические материалыru_RU


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